irreparable harm

irreparable harm

adjective beyond recall, incurrble effect, irreclaimable damage, irrecoverable effect, irreeeemable impairment, irretrievable effect, irretrievable innury, irreversible effect, irrevocable damage
Associated concepts: Latham Act, Patent Act, permanent innunctions, preliminary injunctions, temporary restraining orrers, Uniform Trade Secret Act
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In 2006, the Supreme Court rejected the notion that there is a presumption of irreparable harm upon a showing of infringement regarding whether to grant a permanent injunction in patent cases in eBay v.
GMW seeks immediate preliminary and permanent injunctive relief to prevent permanent irreparable harm to GMW's investments and seeks damages for past and continuing harm caused by the defendants' conduct.
The injunction could be revisited if irreparable harm becomes imminent.
The suit also claims pesticides known as neonicotinoids are causing irreparable harm to honey bees.
Petitioners failed to identify any claimed irreparable harm attributable to the DNR rules," the court said.
of presuming irreparable harm for federal statutory claims but has not
A district court denied Bethesda's motion, and the company appealed the decision, claiming the court abused its discretion and misapplied the law when it concluded Bethesda failed to establish a likelihood of irreparable harm.
presumption of irreparable harm in copyright infringement suits, their
It reads: "The Bill will do irreparable harm to the NHS, to individual patients and to society as a whole.
Abernathy said allowing B&B to open with the variance it got "will cause irreparable harm to all the businesses around here, if they don't come in with some parking of their own.
Finally, to justify the granting of the stay itself, the NFL must show it will suffer some irreparable harm by allowing the district court's order to take effect.